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Article about: Greetings fellow collectors. Saw another post regarding German tools to day, and remembered this unindentifyed tool I have in my collection. This object has been in my posession for several

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    Greetings fellow collectors. Saw another post regarding German tools to day, and remembered this unindentifyed tool I have in my collection.
    This object has been in my posession for several years. Other collectors have seen it, but none them has been able to tell me what kind of tool this is.
    Hope you can help me too identify it.
    Best regards
    Arvid

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    Please post a pic and we will see what we can do.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Ups..Pictures will probably help a lot
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    Reminds me of the wire cutter on my multi-tool, it must be for something similar, either for cutting the wire or stopping the ends from falling apart. Just and idea

    Thanks

    Danny

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    Crimper or wirestripper/gauge?

    Regards

    Jock

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    Looks like a wire stripping tool like the guys have suggested.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    hi as the last two posts said it appears to be a wire stripper/crimper ,,, ,as the old saying goes great minds think alike ,although the other part of that saying is fools seldom differ,,

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    Wow...You are really fast guys There is no edge in the jaw, so maybe it has been used as a crimping tool. It is a burning mark on the handle, so probably used in hot tempratures?

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